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Good to see more and more people coming in and saying BF4 is more demanding that your usual stress tests people advocate all the time. I think it's been said but I still confuse the terms people use, but I believe 101 is related to CPU Input Voltage.

I'm playing BF4 @ x45 1.32v as I got a 124 BSOD at 1.31v. Cache @ x39 1.17v (all set to Auto). Input Voltage on 1.82v (SVID ON = 1.82v for me).
Yeap, I found it odd too. I was a firm believer that C states and Balanced mode didn't have this impact anymore on 4K QD1 reads but all benches tell me otherwise now. Something has changed and it really could just be my aging M4s. I 1st noticed it because people were getting vehicles before me in BF4 even though I've got RAID0!! lol. NOTE: RAID0 does not improve 4K QD1 reads nor read access time, everything else improves but as people know; the 2 things I listed are the most important.

why would SSD performance impact on network events? the only thing which should be impacting your ability to get in and out of vehicles (assuming you're playing multiplayer) is your network stack :/
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You may have misunderstood. The map re-loading time, that's not purely network. People are playing and moving around before I even see the map - I used to be one of the first there, with all options to take.. Yes, I agree that network may have something to do with it but when I play on servers where my ping is <20ms then I discount that.
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ohhh right right nah i misunderstood; i thought you were talking about mid-game delay/latency issues tongue.gif what you're saying makes perfect sense
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Anyone mine with their 4770k? I have started mining quark, get about 1.0-1.2 Mhash/s
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I really like the x.264 stress test, it means that I can test stability for my cpu above 4.8. I'm currently running 4.8 ghz on 1.250 volts, does anyone think i should push for 5 ghz at 1.3v? I'm pretty sure I can, I'm just looking for a 24/7 overclock, and I wouldn't mind having it at 5ghz. I'm a bit of a nut, I overclocked my gtx 780 to 1250mhz, making me have a stock 780ti in my pc for $300 less smile.gif
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I really like the x.264 stress test, it means that I can test stability for my cpu above 4.8. I'm currently running 4.8 ghz on 1.250 volts, does anyone think i should push for 5 ghz at 1.3v? I'm pretty sure I can, I'm just looking for a 24/7 overclock, and I wouldn't mind having it at 5ghz. I'm a bit of a nut, I overclocked my gtx 780 to 1250mhz, making me have a stock 780ti in my pc for $300 less smile.gif

4.8 on 1.25? Wow that's great. I stopped at 4.6 and didn't try for more because adaptive voltage will take it to just below 1.3 at max usage and I didn't want to break that threshold. I think that's the best haswell oc at sub 1.3v I've heard of.
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I really like the x.264 stress test, it means that I can test stability for my cpu above 4.8. I'm currently running 4.8 ghz on 1.250 volts, does anyone think i should push for 5 ghz at 1.3v? I'm pretty sure I can, I'm just looking for a 24/7 overclock, and I wouldn't mind having it at 5ghz. I'm a bit of a nut, I overclocked my gtx 780 to 1250mhz, making me have a stock 780ti in my pc for $300 less smile.gif

With the exception of the extra 500+ CUDA cores....wink.gif
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With the exception of the extra 500+ CUDA cores....wink.gif

Only useful if I needed 'em wink.gif
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4.8 on 1.25? Wow that's great. I stopped at 4.6 and didn't try for more because adaptive voltage will take it to just below 1.3 at max usage and I didn't want to break that threshold. I think that's the best haswell oc at sub 1.3v I've heard of.

I think 1.3V is a solid line to not cross, probably won't do it after doing a haphazard OC to 5.0 and BSOD. And the OC is more chip than me, I had an awful 3770k that barely made 4.5 at 1.3V. Looking at the batch number, other forums and OCers who are far better than me managed better with the same batch. I got lucky for CPU and GPU this go around, guess I was owed one from the previous nightmare haha.
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Only useful if I needed 'em wink.gif

Touche'....Very true....I'm personally happy w/ my SLI 760's....thumb.gif
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